If you are looking around for ways to generate an income stream from your website, here are some of the best monetizing plug-ins to use.
Adsense is one of the most widely used monetizing plug-ins. It’s not as comprehensive as some of the other options out there, but we still put it on our list because it is the simplest to use.
Even without any technical skills, you still wouldn’t have any problems when installing and configuring Adsense. Know More
As the name implies, AdRotate rotates ads within the same space through multiple blocks. Once you’ve configured the plug-in, you can rotate around ads and banners. Now every time a page is refreshed, a new ad will appear in the same spot. Plus, it also allows you to set ads for a particular section of your website.These ads then don’t show up on pages that are classified outside that particular section. Know More
This plug-in makes it easy for you place ads at different positions on the page or within the content. You also get control over the number of ads to display depending on the post length. Plus, there are options for restricting ad viewers by postage, IP address, and other factors. Know More
Apparently, this may sound like something that allows you to monetize your videos, but that’s not so. Instead, it’s a collection of promotional videos which you can add to your website. This generates a substantial stream of revenue for you in turn. If you already have a nice flow of traffic, this plug-in will be effective. Know More
Adspace Platform allows you to sell space on your blog through the Adspace MarketPlace™ platform. Payments are handled through Google Checkout, PayPal, and other major credit card brands. Know More
Manually adding affiliate links can be a hassle; use this plug-in for automating the task, but you’ll still have to provide keywords. Know More